At the Bottegantica Gallery, The Private 1900s, from De Chirico to Vedova

At the Bottegantica Gallery, The Private 1900s, from De Chirico to Vedova
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Thirty works connected between them by a passionate dialogue, making up a gathering of works with a highly meditative and intimate character, retracing a chronological and visual voyage that, from the Futurism of Marinetti, Boccioni, Balla, Severini, moves on - between the first post-War period and the 1920s - towards the post-War period in the European capitals and New York with the affirmations of abstract art by Fontana, Burri, Vedova and Pomodoro. The Galleria Bottegantica pays homage to the universality of art and the great Italian artists of the XX Century with an itinerary ranging from De Chirico all the way up to Vedova. Some of the giants of the 1900s return to the halls that, in the second post-War period, welcomed them as the young protagonists of the art scenes of their times. That of the Galleria Bottegantica is a significant return, after more than a half-a-century, in the same environs of Via Manzoni 45, before they were occupied by the Galleria del Naviglio. Novecento Privato. Da De Chirico a Vedova recalls the artists of the fundamental moments of the last century, through works exclusively from two important private collections for an analytical and didactic itinerary which considers the entire Italian cultural landscape.
Samantha De Martin - © 2020 ARTE.it for Bulgari Hotel Milano